MIAMI -- Tuesday night for the Miami Heat was all about spreading the wealth.
There was the bling passed out before Miami's season opener against the Chicago Bulls, and then the seven double-figure scorers during the Heat's 107-95 victory.
A team whose identity emanates from the Big Three needed major contributions from four reserves to secure the victory.
Shane Battier, Ray Allen, Norris Cole and Chris Andersen especially stepped up during a second quarter in which Miami took control of the game by outscoring Chicago 37-18.
"That's our job as bench players, bring the spark," Cole said. "Every night it's going to be something different. It may not be points, it may just be activity. There are going to be plenty of nights where the Big Three is going to carry us heavily."
That wasn't the case in the opener, which followed pregame festivities that included the dishing out of championship rings and the raising of the 2013 NBA championship banner. Neither LeBron James (17 points) n...